News items that expand the scope of EHHI's research reports about health and the environment
Read how outdoor wood furnaces cause respiratory problems and adverse health effects in neighboring homes.
The Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies analyzed synthetic turf and found 96 chemicals.
EHHI calls for tougher standards to regulate cellular technologies — especially for children and pregnant women.
Learn about risks to children and pets from the use of "cosmetic" lawn-care pesticides that are toxic.
Toxicological studies demonstrate that flame-retardants in foods and furnishings pose risks to fetuses, infants and children.
Many consumer products contain cancer-causing chemicals. Components of vehicle exhaust are also known to be carcinogenic.
Plastic products may be harmful to children and reproductive health because they disrupt normal growth and development.
Pregnant? Learn ways to reduce fetal exposures to chemicals. Find out what foods to avoid and what foods to enjoy during pregnancy.